$75.00

It’ll be a cinch to find ways to use this bag! You’ve seen, and likely used a bag like this before, but wouldn’t it be nice to have one that lasts? Premium materials and Frost River construction make a big difference in durability.
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Description

This bag’s simple, stowable design works great paired with bigger luggage or camp gear. Perfect to grab and go for a day hike, or just a quick trip to the gym or down to the lake.


Features & Specifications

SPECIFICATIONS:

SIZE: 17in H x 12.5in W, approx. 6L

WEIGHT: 0.6lbs

COLOR:
417 – Ima Lake Cinch Bag
417o – Ima Lake Cinch Bag / Hunter Orange

POCKETS: 1 external pocket w/zip closure.

CLOSURE: Drawstring closure.

SHOULDER STRAPS: Double cords w/ barrel locks.

MATERIALS: 10.10 oz. waxed canvas, nylon zipper, diamond braid cord, brass grommets.

Sustainability

When you invest in a Frost River made-in-the USA item, you’re not just getting gear that’s handcrafted and locally-made, you’re getting a piece made with intent. 
  • Lifetime Guarantee and robust repair program to keep your Frost River gear going for years to come.
  • Premium Materials sourced from businesses that have sustainability in mind.
  • Solar-Powered Manufacturing facility allowing us to craft Frost River goods with clean, renewable energy.
  • Investments in Technology that ensure the highest yield of our materials is consumed.
  • Made in USA

  • 30 - Day return

  • Secured payment

  • Quality Assurance

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  • Made In USA

    Duluth, Minnesota

  • Lifetime Guarantee

    Build to Last

  • Handcrafted

    Heritage Goods

  • Premium Materials

    Raw Reliability

A simple waxed canvas drawstring pack that's built to carry little things for a lifetime. Made at Frost River in Duluth, Minnesota and guaranteed for life.

SPECIFICATIONS:

SIZE: 17in H x 12.5in W, approx. 6L

WEIGHT: 0.6lbs

COLOR:
417 – Ima Lake Cinch Bag
417o – Ima Lake Cinch Bag / Hunter Orange

POCKETS: 1 external pocket w/zip closure.

CLOSURE: Drawstring closure.

SHOULDER STRAPS: Double cords w/ barrel locks.

MATERIALS: 10.10 oz. waxed canvas, nylon zipper, diamond braid cord, brass grommets.

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CUSTOMER Reviews


Customer Reviews

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Ben

Really good value and quality workmanship.

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Ben

Excellent workmanship and bigger than I thought it would be. Room for what I bought it for and then some

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Blaize

Great

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Ryan Lester
Fantastic EDC backpack

I've been using this as a light backpack for everyday carry. It's comfortable, the build quality is excellent, it looks cool, and it's small enough not to get in the way. I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a simple casual pack for basic essentials.

My usual contents include a MacBook Air laptop, a 25k mAH USB-C power bank + cables + GaN charger, up to three 20oz silicone water bottles, winter gloves, a Summit Ice tuque, a 62" Eucos tripod, a Repel umbrella, a first aid kit, and various smaller odds and ends (wallet, business cards, Lumintop Tool AA flashlight, Leatherman Micra multitool, sunglasses, hand sanitizer, lotion, keys, etc.).

All of that is sorted within muslin drawstring pouches and Frost River accessory bags. The bag works great for my purposes, although it did take some trial and error to organize everything in a way that both fit and provided the right structure and padding to be comfortable.

A few things I would change:

* An extra L or so of capacity would be nice. It's just big enough for my EDC, but there's not much room to add anything else I might pick up while I'm out and about.

* A few extra inches on the cords would be nice. The length is fine for me, but it might not be for someone slightly bigger (I'm 5'10" / 165 lbs) or in thicker clothing (I usually wear a T-shirt). More slack would also let me open the bag wider to add some more room when needed. That being said, I do appreciate that it's a firm enough fit to stay reasonably stable while running.

* Given the cord length, the barrel locks seem a little pointless as-is, except maybe for much smaller people or children. I removed these to reclaim a small amount of length on each side.

* Having thin cords press into you without any padding is pretty uncomfortable. I found a small business in Canada called OCHRE handcrafted which was able to provide a set of really nice leather shoulder pads; just had to send an email and request a special order. These pads make a huge difference for the usability of the bag, and are also a nice touch visually.

Overall, I really like the bag. It's simple and does the job well. For travel, it also fits nicely in my Frost River geologist pack, so there's no need to move things back and forth between the two bags.

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John Harrington
Unique and wonderful

I have many items from Frost River and love them all but this one remains a very different pack. It folds up and can fit in a pouch or pocket and when it's needed it's ready. I don't use it as often as others I have but it serves a purpose and does things no other pack can do. The cords are hardly felt when it's worn and it's built so well. A heck of a backpack.